Lectures & Coaching I have effectively coached a number of entrepreneurial CEOs in a wide-range of businesses. In addition, I’ve presented entrepreneurial lectures at a number of leading universities throughout the United States. It all began with developing MIT Course IAP 15-796 – “Starting and Building a Successful Technology-Based Company” – Presented in January 1999 and again in January 2000 This was followed by guest lectures and programs including:
MIT Enterprise Forum MIT Sloan MIT - Mentor 100K Business Plan Competition University of Florida – Warrington Business School Babson College Lehigh University – Iacocca Institute Cornell University – The Johnson School Northeastern University (Boston) – Schools of Engineering and Technological Entrepreneurship Worcester Polytechnic Institute Duke – Fuqua Bryant University
I'm offering my help to universities and non-profits at no cost – I will charge a consulting fee to tailor my message to private companies. To minimize my travel expenses, I focus on the speaking engagements in the eastern US.
I see a range of possible speaking formats. Clearly, I could lead an interactive seminar, from one to four hours in length, around an entrepreneurial overview or, highly focused on a few critical topics. Even more exciting would be a one or two day workshop combining presentation, interactive Q&A and individual conferences with entrepreneurs or student projects. I’d prefer to spend a longer timeframe to leverage my travel time and expense.
Please contact me for further information or to explore ways I can contribute to your entrepreneurial initiatives.